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Java and Scala developer. In a previous life I was a Haskell developer.


Nov
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awarded  Critic
Nov
30
answered Caveats with Stdout/Stderr Redirection to Files?
Oct
27
comment Bash completion throwing syntax error
Maybe you have to restart bash before it will notice that change? Try opening a new terminal.
Oct
27
answered Bash completion throwing syntax error
Aug
13
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
2
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
26
awarded  Organizer
Mar
26
revised Configuring network settings manually in Qubes OS
added os tag
Mar
26
suggested suggested edit on Configuring network settings manually in Qubes OS
Jan
7
awarded  Self-Learner
Jan
7
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
7
comment Linux - LXC; deploying images with tiniest possible X11
I'm on Fedora. How are you testing it? What I tried was running an X server inside the container on screen :1, which failed spectacularly (the host X died).
Feb
5
revised Fast X for LXC guest on localhost?
added dpi to fix small font issue
Feb
4
revised Fast X for LXC guest on localhost?
clarified
Feb
4
comment Linux - LXC; deploying images with tiniest possible X11
I wasn't able to get this working with nouveau, or with nouveau + vesa. Any clues? Do I have to use the proprietary driver?
Feb
4
revised Fast X for LXC guest on localhost?
deleted a lot of stuff that wasn't actually necessary for it to work
Feb
4
answered Fast X for LXC guest on localhost?
Feb
4
accepted Why does Linux show both more and less memory than I physically have installed?
Feb
4
awarded  Commentator
Feb
4
comment A reliable and free way to use Linux on Windows, multiprocessor and x86_64
Guest additions, like anything else which includes a kernel module, have to be recompiled every time the kernel is upgraded. Modern software should do this automatically using DKMS or whatever, but sometimes that just doesn't work or isn't supported for a particular distro, in which case you just need to reinstall them (which is what you did).